Final Environmental Assessment for Runway 4-22 Modifications
RONALD REAGAN WASHINGTON NATIONAL AIRPORT
FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT AND
FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT FOR
RUNWAY 4-22 MODIFICATIONS
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority proposes to undertake improvements to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. The proposed project includes relocating the threshold of Runway 22 approximately 600 feet to the southwest. The relocation of the threshold will allow the establishment of up to 560 additional parking spaces in an existing inactive temporary lot at the south end of Runway 4-22 to replace those lost during construction of the additional parking decks for Garages A and B/C.
In conformance with the provisions of the National Environmental Policy Act, MWAA has prepared an Environmental Assessment (EA). After careful consideration of the information contained in the Final EA, the Federal Aviation Administration has determined that significant environmental effects will not result from the proposed action. Therefore, the FAA has issued a Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI).
The Final EA and FONSI can be viewed at this link (PDF Document, 6.6MB). Please direct any requests for the Final EA and FONSI, or any comments or questions on those documents to:
J. Charles Baummer, Jr., Ph.D.
Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority
One Aviation Circle
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport
Washington, DC 20001-6000